It's games like Superboy: Spies from Outer Space that make you just shake your head and ask, "Why?" What was Inverse Ink thinking when it created this and other comic books on CD-ROM, some of the worst "games" ever made. And, in getting a license from DC Comics to use its characters, why didn't they create a new story instead of just taping the
Graphics: Horrible animation made even worse in the grainy film clips.
Sound: Bland, repetitive music is the only thing adding to the cheap voice acting purchased in the '60s. Further, the cartoon clips sound different than those in the rest of the game.
Enjoyment: If I have to watch one of these cartoons (which I have nothing but respect for in a 1960s context), I'll do so on television.
Replay Value: You may not even be compelled to finish the whole game -- which lasts less than 30 minutes.
Watch Superboy and Krypto in this multimedia comic book as they default an onslaught of aliens attacking the world. Original source material from the 1960s Superboy animated TV show.
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